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Census of Canada, 1976

Supplementary Bulletins: Housing and Families : Husband-Wife Families.

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        Paginationxvi, 98 p. :
        Number of Pages58
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        2Dbs 1976 Census of Canada Bulletin -- 9sf.2
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Nearly one in three people aged 85 and older lives in a collective dwelling About 247,000 people aged 85 and older were living in collective dwellings such as nursing homes, long-term care facilities and seniors' residences in 2016.

Year 1976 CMA GTA 1901 238,030 — — 1911 381,383 — — 1921 521,893 — — 1931 Census of Canada — — 1941 951,549 — — 1951 1,176,622 — — 1961 1,824,381 — — 1971 2,089,729 2,628,045 — 1976 2,124,291 2,803,101 — 1981 2,137,395 2,998,947 — 1986 2,192,721 3,427,170 3,733,085 1991 2,275,771 3,893,933 4,235,756 1996 2,385,421 4,263,759 4,628,883 2001 2,481,494 4l682,897 5,081,826 2006 2,503,281 5,113,149 5,555,912 2011 2,615,060 5,583,064 6,054,191 2016 2,731,571 5,928,040 6,417,526 Toronto Population Density The city of Toronto covers an area of 630.

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List of census metropolitan areas and agglomerations in Canada

Since 2011, the population aged 85 and older living in collective dwellings has grown by 23. Recent growth Between 2011 and 2016, the six fastest growing CMAs by percentage growth were located in with 's two CMAs, andleading the country. Two new Census of Canada were created: Belleville Ont.

Since 1971, the census has been held every five years. Among centenarians, this ratio is higher, at five women for every man. 7 million people, or 5. Many Indigenous people regard the 1967 Referendum as a symbolic turning point, revealing a widespread desire for Indigenous equality in Australia. New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Quebec and British Columbia also have older populations than the national average, but for different reasons: lower levels of immigration, losses to interprovincial migration, lower fertility rates and, in the case of British Columbia in particular, higher life expectancy.

Ethnic Origin Population Percentage English 333,20 12. Regions in Canada that have a larger proportion of people aged 85 and older than others will need to consider and deliver different 1976 than regions with younger populations. Each entry is identified as a CMA or a CA as defined by. Once Canada had been united under British rule, its population grew rapidly.

List of census metropolitan areas and agglomerations in Canada

Beginning in 2031, the share of the population aged 85 and older will increase rapidly again as the boomer cohorts start to leave the 65-to-84 age group and move into the 85-and-older age group. 5 5 Oak Bay, B. Conversely, the proportion of people living in seniors' residences decreased from 39. And a number of towns in Dufferin County and Simcoe County are part of the CMA but not the GTA. As a result, over three-quarters of a million 770,780 people aged 85 and older were 1976 in the 2016 Census—a record high, and more than seven times the number enumerated in 1966.

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